Comerica.ticketoffice.org file photo: Comerica Park in Detroit will be welcoming back the Detroit Tigers as workouts start June 26th and the regular season begins July 3rd
On Headlines pod with Jerry F:
#1 The Detroit Tigers were wasting no time as they will open up Comerica Park in Detroit to players and staff, no media and fans were allowed access on Wednesday July 1st. It was spring training take two as Tigers general manager Al Avila is bringing the team back from Lakeland Fla.
#2 The Alameda County Health Care Services said on Monday that the Oakland Coliseum is ready for use and the A’s will be bringing the show back to Oakland but with no fans in the park.
#3 In a statement from the A’s HCSA director Colleen Chawla “We are pleased to share that the A’s may resume operations and on-field practice as of June 26, 2020, and games without spectators may commence after July 3, 2020.”
#4 Although the Tigers and A’s are ready to throw around the old horse hide there is another side of caution at hand with the Colorado Rockies Charlie Blackmon and other Rockie players coming up positive for Corona also Philadelphia Phillies staff members and players also came up positive. Three teams have closed their training facilities the Toronto Blue Jays, San Francisco Giants and Phillies.
#5 MLB is developing safety guidelines for staff, stadium personnel, players, coaches, managers, equipment and medical staff the basics, facemasks, six feet apart, and lots of handwashing.
Jerry joins us each Thursday for Headlines podcasts at http://www.sportsradioservice.com